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Congress condemns vandalisation of school, Police say not a matter of desecration

New Delhi, Feb 13 (ANI): Congress leader Ajay Maken on Friday condemned the vandalisation of Christian school in Vasant Vihar last night. Maken said that the government should realize the importance of religious harmony among residents and thus not allow such incidents to happen. Meanwhile, Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi said that it was not a matter of desecration but theft. Feb 13, 2015
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Two more women accuse Bill Cosby

Linda Brown is one of two more women who have come forward with accusations against Bill Cosby. She says she met the comedian in 1969 and went to his hotel room, where he gave her a soft drink that Feb 13, 2015
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Movie MSG gets released, SAD claims to protest

New Delhi, Feb 13 (ANI): The movie ‘MSG’ has been released on Friday. Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) which had been protesting against its release claimed to again stage protests in front of theatres where it has not been released yet. SAD leaders Manjit Singh GK and Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that their party will continue protesting against the film even though this should have been done by the government. Feb 13, 2015
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JD (U) writes letter to DGP seeking action on Manjhi for controversial statement

Patna, Feb 13 (ANI): JD (U) Spokesperson Neeraj Kumar said on Friday that the party has written a letter to the DGP in Patna seeking action against Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi for his controversial statement. Kumar said that Manjhi has publicly accepted that he takes commission, which means he is declaring himself as corrupt. He added that Manjhi does not have full numbers to prove his majority in the house. Feb 13, 2015
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Politicos react on Teesta Setalvads bail rejection by Gujarat HC

New Delhi, Feb 13 (ANI): Congress leader Manish Tewari on Friday said activist Teesta Setalvad had played an important role in exposing the perpetrators of Gujarat riots and bringing them to justice and added that the steps taken against her were out of a sense of political vendetta. The Supreme Court had yesterday stopped the Gujarat police from arresting activist Teesta Setalvad for a day, following a petition by senior lawyer Prashant Bhushan. The apex court's relief for Setalvad's came after her anticipatory bail plea in connection with an embezzlement case was rejected by the Gujarat High Court. Besides Setalwad, her husband Javed Anand, former Congress MP Ehsan Jafri's (who was killed in Gujarat during the 2002 riots) son Tanvir Jafri are accused of misappropriating funds worth over Rs. 1 crore. Denying any misuse of funds, Setalvad had reportedly blamed political motives behind the case. Meanwhile, the BJP said that it would wait for the Supreme Court’s decision now over the case. Feb 13, 2015
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Indian national beaten by police in US, MEA says progress in medical situation

New Delhi, Feb 13 (ANI): MEA Spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin on Friday briefed about the condition of Indian national that was brutally beaten up by police in United States. Akbaruddin said that even though the victim’s medical condition is stable now, it is a matter of grave concern. He added that the police chief in Madison has taken action at his level. Akbaruddin added that India intends to pursue the matter suitably through US mission, in Washington and local authorities. Feb 13, 2015
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Anil Saxena, Railway Board, Bengaluru, Bangalore-Ernakulam Intercity Express, Death, Rescue Operati

Kangra, Feb 13 (ANI): Two medical students have been tested positive for swine flu in Himachal Pradesh. This comes after a woman was diagnosed with the deadly HINI virus earlier this week at Doctor Rajender Prasad Government Medical College (DRPGMC). The two people who have fallen prey to the disease are students at DRPGMC. They have been shifted to isolated wards for treatment. Medical Superintendent of DRPGMC, Dinesh Sood, said masks have been distributed among students and staff members as a precautionary measure. Swine flu has killed 191 people in the country in January alone, with the newly formed Telangana state being worst hit. So far, 2,038 people have been afflicted by the virus in India, according to media reports. At least 58 swine flu deaths have been reported in northwestern state of Rajasthan. Feb 13, 2015